I would like to request an older version of Moodle:
ver2.6.x, WAMP module, Stack version: 5.4.38
Unfortunately the link I found on the forums was already broken.Thank you in advance,
I am afraid this version is too old and we do not have it available anymore. Would a newer version work for your case?
Javier J. Salmerón
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Hmm, the reason why I was asking such old version was that I have an old version of owncloud (v7.0) running on my server (php 5.4.38)and I am afraid that upgrading PHP or the WAMP server would break it. Unfortunately I am not very well versed in maintaining servers and won't have much time in the near future to learn into it, and that's why I was looking for an easy solution. So in this situation what would you recommend along the line of smallest resistance?
Thank you for answering!
Sorry for the confusion, you can download the bitnami moodle 2.6.2-1 for WAMP using this link:
I hope this information is useful for you. If you have any other question, please do not hesitate to let us know.
Best Regards,Carlos R. Hernández
Awesome! Thank you for the link! This way there is no need to update my server. Not now, anyway.Thank again,
You're welcome, we are glad that this installed worked for you!
Best regards,Carlos R. Hernández
hello i downloaded bitnami-moodle-3.6.2-0-module-windows-installer as the image bellow:
What is the required path to complete the installation steps?Can you help me please?
thank you for using Bitnami. You are using the Moodle module that needs to be installed on top of an existing WAMP solution. If you have Bitnami WAMP in your computer, you will need to select the path where it's installed, otherwise you will need to use the stack installer that installs Moodle and all the components it needs to run. You can obtain the stack installer from here:
Happy to help!
Did you mean I must download WAMP? Ok thank you I will download it.
If you have WAMP in your system, you can use the Moodle module to install the application on top of the WAMP solution. If you don't have WAMP, you can use the Moodle Stack installer that installs all the components (not just Moodle) in your system.